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Le Celibataire : comédie en cinq actes et en vers, représentée pour la premiere fois par les Comédiens François le 20 Septembre 1775., DORAT, Claude-Joseph
21 DORAT, Claude-Joseph Le Celibataire : comédie en cinq actes et en vers, représentée pour la premiere fois par les Comédiens François le 20 Septembre 1775.
Chez Delalain, Libraire, Paris, 1776, 
DORAT, Claude-Joseph Le Celibataire comédie en cinq actes et en vers, représentée pour la premiere fois par les Comédiens François le 20 Septembre 1775. Paris: Chez Delalain, Libraire, 1776. Pp 122. Engraved title page. 1/4 blue linen, marbled boards. Very good. 145.00

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Letter written in Halifax, Nova Scotia by  Prince Edward, Duke of Kent to Major Thomas Charleton in St. John's Newfoundland., Duke of Kent
22 Duke of Kent Letter written in Halifax, Nova Scotia by Prince Edward, Duke of Kent to Major Thomas Charleton in St. John's Newfoundland.
1797, 
Duke of Kent. A Letter written in Halifax, Nova Scotia by Prince Edward, Duke of Kent to Major Thomas Charleton. in St. John's Newfoundland. Edward, Duke of Kent, (b. November 2, 1767 – d. January 23, 1820) was the fourth sonof King George III of the United Kingdom and the father of Queen Victoria. The letter is written on three pages on a sheet of foolscap folded. The pa per sheet has the watermark "GR. 1794". ------------ Halifax 22 July 1797 Dear Sir I do myself the pleasure of acknowledging your letter of 21st M ay, enclosing the Monthly Returns of the Royal Artillery up to the 1st of that month, received on the 10th ditto. also your letter of 25th June by thehands of M. General Ogilvie, which together with that of the 7th July by the Surprise Frigate, arrived here the 15th Inst. I am infinitely oblidged by your promises of assistance to any recruiting party I may send to Newfoundland It is [my] -------------- my intention at present to order one there sometime in the month of September as we are upwards of thirty men short of compliment. With respect to 2d gunner Thos. Hughes of your company, the explanation you give of the circum- stance is perfectly satisfactory, & I am of opinion that unless you should receive from the Master General an account of His Majesty having been pleased to pardon him, previous to the next man of war sailing for England it is your duty to apply for a passage for him by that occasion, & send him pursuant to his sentence, a prisoner tothe ]???]. I think your arrangement of the Command at [2] -------------- Placentia has been perfectly judicious as the more forces you can collect at St. John's, the beter it cetainly will be. I have nothing further to add but my thanks for the very elegant drawing you were so good as to send me, by the hands of Captain Prevost. I shall preserve it most carefully, & amextremely gratified by this specimen of your talents as a draughtsman. I r emain with sincere regard, your devoted & most humble servant Edward MajorCharlton Lieut. General [3] -------------- verso docket: His Royal Highn ess The Duke of Kent letter 22 July 1797 ---------- Charleton had been in favour of pardoning Second gunner Thomas Hughes . The letter is is in very good condition with faint discolouration to the short sides of the foolscapsheet. 7,500.00

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23 DURNFORD, Charles and Edward Hyde EAST EAST, Edward Hyde Reports of Cases argued and determined in the Court of King's Bench, from Trinity Term, 27th George III, to Michaelmas Term, 29th George III, both inclusive : Volume II
E. Lynch, L. White, P. Byrne, and W. Jones, Dublin, 1792, 
DURNFORD, Charles and Edward Hyde EAST. Reports of Cases argued and determined in the Court of King's Bench, from Trinity Term, 27th George III, to Michaelmas Term, 29th George III, both inclusive : Volume II . Dublin: printed for E. Lynch, L. White, P. Byrne, and W. Jones, 1792. Third Edition, revised and corrected. Pp. (20),[1]-782,(64) of index,(2). 8vo, full calf, fiveraised bands and maroon and black title blocks to spine. Hinges tender, fr ont outer hinge nearly split through, two inch split to tail of rear hinge,boards slightly splayed, spine ends chipped, "creasing misadventure" to fo re-edge of pp. 563-606, else good. Odd volume. 50.00

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24 FENTON, Elijah. Poetical Works of Elijah Fenton. With the Life of the Author.
Apollo Press, Edinburg / Edinburgh, 1779, 
FENTON, Elijah. The Poetical Works of Elijah Fenton. With the Life of the Author. Edinburg : At the Apollo Press, by the Martins, Anno 1779. Pp [i]-xvi,[17]-168,(2),+ engraved title-page. 12mo, full brown calf, gilt letteringto red and green morocco labels to spine. “Elijah Fenton (1683–1730) was a poet, biographer and translator. Born in Shelton (now Stoke-on-Trent), and educated at Jesus College, Cambridge, for a time he acted as secretary to the Charles Boyle, 4th Earl of Orrery in Flanders, and was then Master of Sevenoaks Grammar School. In 1707, Fenton published a book of poems. He later became tutor to Sir William Trumbull's son at Easthampstead Park in Berkshire and is now best known as the assistant of his neighbour, Alexander Pope, in his translation of the Odyssey, of which he 'Englished' the first, fourth, nineteenth, and twentieth books, catching the manner of his master socompletely that it is hardly possible to distinguish between their work; w hile thus engaged he published (1723) a successful tragedy, Marianne. His later contributions to literature were a Life of Milton, and as an editor ofWaller's Poems (1729). He died on 16th of July 1730, and is buried in the churchyard of the Parish Church of St Michael and St Mary Magdalene at Easthampstead in Berkshire. There is a memorial to him on the wall of the church, with an epitaph by Alexander Pope." - wikipedia. Spine and edges worn, covers rubbed, foxing to engraved title-page, last leaf edge-browned, owner's name, address and date, remnant of bookplate (?), else a very good, solidcopy. 70.00

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25 FLETCHER, John (Vicar of Madeley) Last Check to Antinomianism : A Polemical Essay of the Twin Doctrines of Christian Imperfection and a Death Purgatory. The Fourth Edition
Printed by G. Paramore, North Green. Sold by G. Whitfield, at the Chapel, City-Road, London , 1792, 
FLETCHER, John (Vicar of Madeley). The Last Check to Antinomianism : A Polemical Essay of the Twin Doctrines of Christian Imperfection and a Death Purgatory. The Fourth Edition. London : Printed by G. Paramore, North Green, Worship-Street; and sold by G. Whitfield, at the Chapel, City-Road; and at the Methodist Preaching-Houses, in Town and Country, 1792. Pp (2),[i]-x,11-328,(3,Index),(7). 12mo, boards. John William Fletcher (1729-1785), English divine, was born at Nyon in Switzerland, and was a contemporary of John Wesley (the founder of Methodism), a key interpreter of Wesleyan theology in the 18th century, and one of Methodism's first great theologians. Of French Huguenot stock, his given name was actually Jean Guillaume de la Flechere. Fletcher was renowned in the Britain of his day for his piety and generosity. Lacking spine, boards very worn, edges browned, several breaks at gutter, a few leaves loose, else good only. As is. 100.00

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Usefulness, Truth and Excellency of the Christian Revelation. defended Against the Objections contain'd in a late Book, FOSTER, James
26 FOSTER, James Usefulness, Truth and Excellency of the Christian Revelation. defended Against the Objections contain'd in a late Book
J. Noon, London, 1731, 
FOSTER, James. The Usefulness, Truth, and Excellency of the Christian Revelation defended Against the Objections contain'd in a late Book, intitled, "Christianity as old as the Creation, &c." : Second Edition , with the Addition of a Postscript. London : Printed for J. Noon, at the White-Hart near Mercers-Chapel in Cheapside, 1731. Pp. 369. 8vo, full calf with marbled endpapers. Spine missing, volume broken into two parts at pp. 64-5, with pp. 65-94 loose but present, boards and endpapers rubbed, edges browned, name. A job for your local binder. As is. 150.00

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Chronologist of the Present War or, General Historical and Political Register containing a faithful series of the events which have occurred in Europe, &c from the commencement of the French Revolution, to the end of the year1796, FRENCH REVOLUTION)
27 FRENCH REVOLUTION) Chronologist of the Present War or, General Historical and Political Register containing a faithful series of the events which have occurred in Europe, &c from the commencement of the French Revolution, to the end of the year1796
G.C. and J. Robinson, London, 1797, 
[FRENCH REVOLUTION]. The Chronologist of the Present War or, General Historical and Political Register containing a faithful series of the events which have occurred in Europe, &c. from the commencement of the French Revolution, to the end of the year 1796. London : G.C. and J. Robinson, 1797. Pp 348. 1/4 calf, marbled boards. Book-plate, light scuffing to boards and spine, spine label missing, occasional pencil, else unusually clean and tight. 180.00

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Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle. Vol. 19. 1749, Gentleman's Magazine)
28 Gentleman's Magazine) Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle. Vol. 19. 1749
Edward Cave, London , 1749, 
(Gentleman's Magazine). The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle.Volume XIX for 1749. London : Edw. Cave, 1749. Pp. [3 leaves], [1] - 599, [1] - [21] (indices). 8vo. Full brown calf, with spine titled and decoratedin gilt, boards decoratively ruled and with edges also ornamented in gilt tracery, marbled edges. Contents of maps, plans and views: twelve plates ofarms belonging to the Scotch nobility, dukes, earls and barons; those of t he Irish, and of the Irish bishops, fold-out "Plan of London and Westminster Shewing the Forts erected by Order of the Parliament in 1643 & the Desolation by the Fire in 1666", fold-out map of South America, map of "Algiers and Parts Adjacent", fold-out sheet on which are "Plan of St. Petersburg with its Fortifications built by Peter the Great in 1703" and "Harbour of Crownslot" [with] "River Neva" [with] "Canal made from the said river to the R.Wolschowa", full page plate: "View of Covent Garden from the Church Portic o", folding "View and Plan of Noah's Ark" (i.e. "supposed division of the floors of Noah's Ark, with the partitions and platforms of each") and sixteen other plates, some folding, of views, or of natural, useful and classicalantiquarian objects. The plates, plans and views having, as is usual with this periodical, accompanying explanatory text (and that for the heraldic arms being especially well represented). Of Canadian historical interest is the extract of a letter from Chebucto Harbour, Nova Scotia, August 17 (1749) with accompanying plan of Halifax. The letter, by an unnamed author, describes the gentleman's arrival in Halifax, where he finds "...the mornings and evenings are delightfully pleasant, and the middle of the day not warmerthan I have found in England.". His praise is high for the location and it s surroundings, writing "...the usefulness of the settlement, will entitle it to the protection of the government, who have begun so glorious a work, for which posterity must be ever thankful...". The plan shows the town laidout in a grid, with locations for barracks, palisaded forts, the parade sq uare and the Governor's house. The church and courthouse (with prison), it should be mentioned, were not built in the locations indicated on the original plan, but were actually reversed. With the heraldic engraved bookplate of Fraser, of Ledeclune, Baronet affixed to front fixed endpaper. Boards somewhat rubbed, front and rear boards becoming detached, spine worn across raised bands, at head and tail, and along hinges. Text lightly browned, and showing occasional light off-setting and very occasional scattered foxing, last few leaves (and adjacent endpaper) heavily spotted in part. 1,400.00

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29 GOODFELLOW, J. Ready Calculator, or Universal Directory and complete Pocket-Assistant for Merchants, Masters of Ships, Mates, and All Persons concerned in Ships or Shipping of Goods. Comprehending an Accurate Set of Tables, Exhibiting, at one View, the Solid Contents of
David Steel, 1794, 
GOODFELLOW, J. The Ready Calculator, or Universal Directory and complete Pocket-Assistant for Merchants, Masters of Ships, Mates, and All Persons concerned in Ships or Shipping of Goods. Comprehending an Accurate Set of Tables, Exhibiting, at one View, the Solid Contents of all Kinds of Packages. London : Printed for David Steel, 1794. Pp [i]-iv,[1]-193,(1),(2,ads). Tall 8vo, calf spine, marbled boards. A book of tables showing volume of any package using known dimensions. Ex-library, edgeworn, else a nice tidy copy. 140.00

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Papers Relative to the Rupture with Spain, Great Britain - Parliament
30 Great Britain - Parliament Papers Relative to the Rupture with Spain
Mark Baskett, London, 1762, 
(Great Britain - Parliament). Papers Relative to the Rupture with Spain, Laid before Both Houses of Parliament, On Friday the Twenty ninth Day of January, 1762, By His Majesty's Command. London : Printed by Mark Baskett, Printer to the King's most Excellent Majesty; and by the Assigns of Robert Baskett, 1762. Pp (2),[1]-71,(1). 8vo, plain wraps. O'Dea 168, Waldon pp.487-8,TPL 6496. A collection of vigorous correspondence, both inter-ministerial & diplomatic. "As to the stale and inadmissible Pretensions of the Biscayans and Guispuscoans to fish at Newfoundland, on which important Point your Excellency is already so fully instructed, you will again on this Occasion let M. Wall clearly understand, That this is a Matter held sacred; and that no Concession on the Part of His Majesty, so destructive to this true and capital Interest of Great Britain, will be yielded to Spain, however abettedand supported [...]" - p.3, William Pitt to the Earl of Bristol, Ambassado r to Spain. "After M. Wall had worked up his Anger to a Height I had never before seen, he then said, with uncommon Warmth, That he would himself be the Man to advise the King of Spain, since his Dominions were to be overwhelmed, at least to have them seized with Arms in his Subjects Hands, and not to continue the passive Victim he hitherto appeared to be in the Eyes of the World. I attended to this Discourse, without interrupting the Thread of it; and, at the Conclusion of it, I desired, with the utmost Serenity, of General Wall to give me an Answer to the Questions I had first started, and we would afterwards proceed to discuss what his Excellency had been expatiating upon. But the Spanish Minister only renewed some of his former Exclamations, by insisting, that we had set the Spanish Power at Defiance during this War; that we had attacked and plundered their Vessels, insulted their Coasts; violated the Neutrality of these Kingdoms, encroached upon the Territorial Jurisdiction of His Catholick Majesty's Dominions in America, by fortifying ourselves in an illegal Manner in the Bay of Campeachy and the Gulf of Honduras, erecting fresh Settlements, and seizing on Logwood in a most arbitrary Manner, besides denying the Spaniards a Right, they had so long claimed, to fish upon the Banks of Newfoundland; nay, even wanting to put theBiscayans and Guispuscoans on a worse Footing at present, with regard to t heir Pretensions to the Bacallao Trade, than they had been by the Treaties of Utrecht, and that of 1721, where the Article in relation to them was, That those Spaniards should enjoy que Jure sibi vindicare poterunt : Whereas all my Instructions had run to declare their Claim to be stale and inadmissible, and finally, to assert that England hoped the Catholick King would never expect this sacrifice as the Price of a Union, which could never be consented to on those Terms." - pp.26-27, the Earl of Bristol to the Earl of Egremont, Secretary of State. The conflict is reiterated on pp. 4, 8, 10, 13, 16, 28, 35, 53, and 55. Like the TPL copy this is in "wrappers of old greenish gray paper", in this case chipped & detached wrappers, else very good. 750.00

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Wealth of Great Britain in the Ocean, Exemplified from Materials laid before the Committee of the House of Commons, appointed last Session of Parliament, To examine into the State of the British Fisheries. And from the Public Records, and other authentic Evidences.  First Edition, Great Britain - Parliament
31 Great Britain - Parliament Wealth of Great Britain in the Ocean, Exemplified from Materials laid before the Committee of the House of Commons, appointed last Session of Parliament, To examine into the State of the British Fisheries. And from the Public Records, and other authentic Evidences. First Edition
1749, 
(Great Britain - Parliament). The Wealth of Great Britain in the Ocean, Exemplified from Materials laid before the Committee of the House of Commons, appointed last Session of Parliament, To examine into the State of the British Fisheries. And from the Public Records, and other authentic Evidences. London .: Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-noster Row, and W. Owen, at Homer's Head, Temple-Bar, 1749. First Edition. Pp (10),11-71,(1). Small 8vo, disbound.

Hanson 6232, Kress 4993, Sabin 102199, O'Dea 144.

A detailed treatise in small type.

An Historical and Critical State of the British Fisheries.

According to WorldCat this is "Sometimes attributed to Alderman Jackson" while in another place WorldCat gives the author as the English jurist John Selden (1584 - 1654) of the "Grotius - Selden debate".

This copy lacks the first signature (A), the 4 leaves after the title-page, which constitute the preface [oddly enough one of the British Library's copies has the same fault (an overly fiery preface?)], otherwise tidy. It is priced accordingly at: 300.00



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32 Great Britain) Act for further continuing an Act, made in the Thirty-third Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled, An Act for establishing Courts of Judicature in the Island of Newfoundland, and the Islands adjacent. 7th March 1796.
George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, London, 1796, 
(Great Britain). ... An Act for further continuing an Act, made in the Thirty-third year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled, An Act for establishing Courts of Judicature in the Island of Newfoundland, and the Islands adjacent. [7th March 1796.]. (London : Printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 1796). Pp (2), 391-392. 4to, disbound. With the heading : Anno tricesimo sexto Georgii III. Regis, Cap. XXXVII. O'Dea 259. Not in TPL. Full title : Anno regni Georgii III. regis Magna Britannia, Francia, & Hibernia, tricesimo sexto. At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the Twenty-fifth Day of November,Anno Dominia 1790, in the Thirty-first Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Third, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. And from thence continued, by several Prorogations, to the Twenty-ninth Day of October 1795; being the Sixth Session of the Seventeenth Parliament of Great Britain. The general title-page is present with its imprint and crest. Very good to fine. 120.00

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33 Great Britain) Act for further continuing an Act, made in the Thirty-third Year year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled, An Act for establishing Courts of Judicature in the Island of Newfoundland, and the Islands adjacent. 28th April 1795
George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, London, 1795, 
(Great Britain). ... An Act for further continuing an Act, made in the Thirty-third year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled, An Act for establishing Courts of Judicature in the Island of Newfoundland, and the Islands adjacent. [28th April 1795.]. (London : Printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 1795). Pp (2), 351-352. 4to, disbound. With the heading : Anno tricesimo quinto Georgii III. Regis, Cap. XXV. O'Dea 257. Not in TPL. Full title : Anno regni Georgii III. regis Magna Britannia, Francia, & Hibernia, tricesimo quinto. At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the Twenty-fifth Day of November,Anno Dominia 1790, in the Thirty-first Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Third, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. And from thence continued, by several Prorogations, to the Thirtieth Day of December 1794; being the Fifth Session of the Seventeenth Parliament of Great Britain. The general title-page is present with its imprint and crest. Very good to fine. 120.00

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Act for further encouraging and regulating the Newfoundland, Greenland and Southern Whale Fisheries., Great Britain)
34 Great Britain) Act for further encouraging and regulating the Newfoundland, Greenland and Southern Whale Fisheries.
Charles Eyre and Andrew Strahan, London, 1789, 
(Great Britain). ... An Act for further encouraging and regulating the Newfoundland, Greenland, and Southern Whale Fisheries. London : Printed by Charles Eyre and Andrew Strahan, Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty,1789. Pp (2),1147-1152. 4to, disbound. With the heading : Anno vicesimo no no Georgii III. Regis, Cap. LIII. Not in O'Dea 259. Full title : Anno regniGeorgii III. regis Magnæ Britanniæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, vicesimo nono. At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the Eighteenth Day of May Anno Domini 1784, in the Twenty-fourth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Third, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. And from thence continued, by several Prorogations and Adjournments, to the Third Day of February 1789; being the Sixth Session of the Sixteenth Parliament of Great Britain. The generaltitle-page is present with its imprint and crest. Very good to fine. 160.0 0

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Act to allow the Exportation of a limited Quantity of Biscuit and Pease to the Island of Newfoundland for the Benefit of the British Fishery there, Great Britain)
35 Great Britain) Act to allow the Exportation of a limited Quantity of Biscuit and Pease to the Island of Newfoundland for the Benefit of the British Fishery there
Charles Eyre and William Strahan, London, 1774, 
(Great Britain). ... An Act to allow the Exportation of a limited Quantity of Biscuit and Pease to the Island of Newfoundland for the Benefit of the British Fishery there. London : Printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan,Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty, MDCCLXXIV, [1774]. Pp (2),3 35-338,(2). 4to, self wraps, stitched, disbound. With the heading : Anno decimo quarto Georgii III. Regis, Cap. XI. Full title : Anno regni Georgii III. regis Magnæ Britanniæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, decimo quarto. At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the Tenth Day of May, Anno Domini 1768, in the Eighth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Third, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. And from thence continued, by several Prorogations, to the Thirteenth Day of January, 1774; being the Seventh Session of the Thirteenth Parliament of Great Britain. O'Dea 198, TPL 6539. The general title-page is present with its imprint and crest. A few spots else very good to fine. 150.00

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36 Great Britain) Act to continue, until the Twentieth Day of February 1800 several Laws relating to the Prevention and Punishment of Attempts to seduce Persons in His Majesty's Forces; [...], to the establishing Courts of Judicature in the Island of Newfoundland
George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, London, 1799, 
(Great Britain). ... An Act to continue, until the Twentieth Day of February One thousand eight hundred, several Laws relating to the Prevention and Punishment of Attempts to seduce Persons in His Majesty's Forces; [...], to the establishing Courts of Judicature in the Island of Newfoundland; [...].[12th October 1799.]. (London :by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, Printers to the King'sExcellent Majesty, 1799). Pp [105]-107,(1). 4to, disbound. Wi th the heading : Anno tricesimo nono Georgii III. Regis, Sess. 2., Cap. IX.O'Dea 265. Not in TPL. The omitted seections of the title deal with non-Ne wfoundland import/export questions. Vg to fine. 120.00

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37 Great Britain) Act to permit Ships to sail from certain Ports of the Island of Newfoundland and from the Coast of Labrador, without Convoy. 10th April 1799
George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, London, 1799, 
(Great Britain). ... An Act to permit Ships to sail from certain Ports of the Island of Newfoundland, and from the Coast of Labrador, without Convoy. [10th April 1799.]. (London : Printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 1799). Pp [369]-370. 4to, disbound. With the heading : Anno tricesimo nono Georgii III. Regis, Cap. XXXII. Not in O'Dea or TPL. This includes remarks on insurance policies. Very good to fine. 130.00

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38 Great Britain) Act to revive and continue the Bounties granted by an Act , made in the Twenty-sixth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, for encouraging the Fisheries carried on at Newfoundland and Parts adjacent, from Great Britain, Ireland, and the British Domini
George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, London, 1797, 
(Great Britain). ... An Act to revive and continue the Bounties granted by an Act, made in the Twenty-sixth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, for encouraging the Fisheries carried on at Newfoundland and Parts adjacent, from Great Britain, Ireland, and the British Dominions in Europe; [...]. [4th July 1797.]. (London : Printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 1797). Pp (2), 1615-1618, (2). 4to, disbound. With the heading : Anno tricesimo septimo Georgii III. Regis,Cap. XCIX. Full title : Anno regni Georgii III. regis Magna Britannia, Fra ncia, & Hibernia, tricesimo septimo. At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the Twelfth Day of July, Anno Dominia 1796, in the Thirty-sixth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Third, by the Grace ofGod, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, & c. And from thence continued, by several Prorogations, to the Twenty-seventh Day of September 1796; being the First Session of the Eighteenth Parliament of Great Britain. Not in O'Dea or TPL. This acts goes on to cover several non-Newfoundland matters. The general title-page is present with its imprint and crest. Very good to fine. 135.00

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39 Great Britain) Act to revive and continue, An Act for establishing Courts of Judicature inthe Island of Newfoundland, and the Islands adjacent. 9th January 1799.
George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, London, 1799, 
(Great Britain). ... An Act to revive and continue, until Thirty Days afterthe Commencement of the Next Session of Parliament, an Act passed in the T hirty-third Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, Chapter Seventy-six, videlicet, on the Seventeenth Day of June, One thousand seven hundred and ninety-three, intituled, An Act for establishing Courts of Judicature in theIsland of Newfoundland, and the Islands adjacent. [9th January 1799.]. (Lo ndon : Printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 1799). Pp [201]-202. 4to, disbound. With the heading : Anno tricesimo nono Georgii III. Regis, Cap. XVI. O'Dea 267. Not in TPL. Vg to fine. 100.00

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40 Great Britain) Act to revive and continue, until the First Day of January 1801 the Bounties granted by an Act, made in the Twenty-sixth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, for encouraging the Fisheries carried on at Newfoundland, and Parts adjacent
George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, London, 1799, 
(Great Britain). ... An Act to revive and continue, until the First Day of January One thousand eight hundred and One, the Bounties granted by an Act,made in the Twenty-sixth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, for enc ouraging the Fisheries carried on at Newfoundland, and Parts adjacent, fromGreat Britain, Ireland, and the British Dominions in Europe. [12th July 17 99.]. (London : Printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 1799). Pp [781]-782. 4to, disbound. With theheading : Anno tricesimo nono Georgii III. Regis, Cap. CII. O'Dea 266. Not in TPL. Very good to fine. 125.00

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